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Simplified prospective LCA models for residential PV installations based on SC-SI installed in Europe in 2050

Abstract : The prospective environmental impacts and electricity production capacity of residential PV systems need to be assessed for an efficient implementation planning while minimizing their environmental impacts. These impacts must be assessed using a life cycle approach, such as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). This study is reporting the steps towards a simplified prospective model valid for residential PV systems based on single-crystalline silicon (sc-Si), installed in Europe around 2050. Prospective greenhouse gas (GHG) performance of PV installations are compared to current situation (2011-2013) accounting for technological improvements, future electricity mixes and module manufacturing origin. Recommendations to develop a simplified prospective LCA model are provided.
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Isabelle Blanc, Camille Marini. Simplified prospective LCA models for residential PV installations based on SC-SI installed in Europe in 2050. WCPEC-6 - The 6th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, organized by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers jointly with Japan Society of Applied Physics, IEEE Electron Devices Society, Nov 2014, Kyoto, Japan. pp.1351-1352 - Article 9WePo.11.15LN. ⟨hal-01115082⟩

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